Supporting New York’s bars, cafés and restaurants with ‘Dine in NYC’

Supporting New York’s bars, cafés, and restaurants with ‘Dine in NYC’. NYC & Company, the official marketing organization for New York destinations, today announced the launch of Dine in New York. The digital initiative encourages those who are able to continue to visit more than 200 selected bars, cafes and restaurants currently open – located in 62 districts of the five boroughs and serving 27 distinct kitchens * – by gathering the latest information on delivery, dishes take-out and other offers in a centralized hub.

The Dine in NYC initiative on lists participating locations and encourages viewers to shop directly at restaurants when possible. It is designed to highlight various delivery and takeout options in the five boroughs. Navigators can favor businesses in the neighborhoods, a small sample of which is found in Bloomfield, Staten Island; Boerum Hill, Brooklyn; Forest Hills, Queens; Pelham Bay, the Bronx; Tribeca, Manhattan. In the interest of planning ahead for future pickups and deliveries, New Yorkers can plan a week full of flavor; from burgers to Belgian, Indian to Italian, Korean to Laotian, Mediterranean to Mexican and everything in between, the delicious options are vibrant.

With user experience in mind, those with dietary concerns or lifestyle preferences can narrow down viable options under the Dietary Requirements filter. In addition, foodies around the world can look forward to future visits to New York by purchasing gift cards in preparation for their trip, under the Gift Card filter. Additional filters include kitchen and location (including boroughs and neighborhoods).

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